Nicole Eve Goldstein is a classically trained singer and actress from New York City, currently studying with Andrea DelGiudice. She is a crossover artist, with an affinity for both Opera and Musical Theatre. Nicole most recently made her GreenRoom42 debut in High School Musical(s) with Russel&RoseProductions, performed as Rose in Ruddigore with Ridgewood G&S Opera, as Zerlina in Don Giovanni and Francesca in Pietá (written by Jake Landau) with Off-Brand Opera, and sang as a Featured Chorus member in The Frogs at Lincoln Center, featuring Nathan Lane. This past summer, Nicole performed as Rose in Dogfight at Red River Lyric Opera, and understudied Clara in their production of The Light in the Piazza. Nicole made her Carnegie Hall role-debut as Celia in Iolanthe, where she had the honor of working with and performing alongside Christine Ebersole, Philip Boykin, Santino Fontana, and Jason Danieley, among others. The highly acclaimed staged-concert production, conducted by Ted Sperling, was given rave reviews in Broadway World, The NYC Classical Review, City Life and more. Shortly thereafter, Nicole sang the role of Despina in Cosí Fan Tutte at Opera America, directed by Peter Randsman. Nicole simultaneously understudied as The Woman in AMT Theatre's equity production of On The Right Track, for their 5 week run. In addition, Nicole performed in the North American Premiere of Lera Auerbach's new work, "Vessels of Light" (at Carnegie Hall).
In September of 2022, Nicole spent a month in Aarhus, Denmark, where she performed as the leading role of Mrs. M, in a new musical called M for Marriage at the Hermans Theatre. She also premiered the same role off-Broadway at the Triad Theatre, in December of 2021. That same year, she made her Carnegie Hall solo-debut, as the “High Soprano Soloist” in Anyone Can Whistle, also conducted by Ted Sperling. That summer, Nicole performed in Narni, Italy, as the title role in the new opera & Aeterna, written by Jake Landau and Emily Garber (conceived and directed by Andrea DelGiudice)
Nicole is a proud recipient of an Emerging Talent Award from the esteemed Lotte Lenya Competition. She received her BM in vocal performance from Oberlin Conservatory, as well a graduate certificate from the Professional Conservatory of Musical Theatre at the New York Film Academy. Nicole has performed in a plethora of operas and musicals, and has a passion for new works. In addition to performing, she loves photography, journaling, movie marathons, being a foodie, and teaching lessons to aspiring vocalists.
UP NEXT: Helen in Jane Eyre with Off-Brand Opera